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Bought A Winchester 94, Runs Like Hell

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Pictures, Apr 30, 2012.

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  1. Pictures

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    So I bought a Winchester 94 after many years of wanting one. I get it today and it just runs like hell.

    First off, getting it apart was easy, but putting it back together was one of the worst experiences of my life. I still don't know if I'm putting the trigger assembly back together correctly. I tried looking up instructions, but all the triggers are different from my own. Here's what mine looks like.

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    So, I guess I need to find out:

    1. How do I correctly put the trigger and hammer assembly back into the rifle?
    2. How do I smooth up the action so that it doesn't feel like it was built from stone?
    3. How do I load this thing without the bullets popping back out again?
    4. How do I keep empty shells from hitting me in the head?

    Thanks.
     
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  3. Pictures

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    Like I said, they have different triggers.
     
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    Ah, another unhelpful person. How do I know that those things will have my trigger type in them? Anyone with any actual helpful suggestions?
     
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    Ok. I have had to edit and or delete 3 posts and the rest seem to not be getting the OP his desired answer. OP feel free to try again but maybe post it in the Gunsmithing/ Repairs forum and see if you find the answers your are looking for.
     
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